Manchester City beat their city rivals in the FA Cup final with a score of 2:1, thus securing another trophy. It was the second trophy for the Citizens this season, and they still have to win the Champions League trophy. Guardiola could not hide his happiness by winning the FA Cup, but his most important goal this season will be the Champions League trophy.
"More than the fact for the treble is the fact to win the Champions League. We won already the FA Cup, we won the Premier League. It is the same. For me, I would say it is incredibly remarkable in three years we have had two finals and one semi-final of the Champions League.
That is incredible but in the end we have to win it. I know how it works."- he said, as quoted by eurosport.com
Pep Guardiola on Champions League trophy
Guardiola has won many trophies since his arrival, however, the most important trophy for him will be the Champions League trophy.
This is what they lack, and they will do their best to get it. "Everybody knows it. We have done incredible seasons – five Premier Leagues, two FA Cups, Carabao Cups, but we have to win the Champions League to be recognised like the team deserves to be recognised.
We have to admit it, without the Champions League – it has been amazing, it has been fun – but we are missing (something). We have to do it." The Spanish expert is aware that his team has done great things, but the Champions League trophy is what is most important.
"We give more and more credit for what we have done these years, we have done many things, but I said to the players 'you have to put the pressure on yourself, to be recognised as something good you have to win Europe'" It will be an interesting final between Inter and Manchester City. Both teams are highly motivated.
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